Rodrigo de la Sierra’s sculptures have a tendency toward realism, or the interpretation
of a reality, and the artist creates them by following a theme, like the “Acrobat”
or the “Wall Street” series.
“Acrobats” is the artist’s exploration of a magical world where protagonists appear
to be suspended in the air, hanging from just a strip of material and seem to defy
the effect of gravity and to expand the boundaries of the probable.
In this Works, the sculptor makes a rigorous observation of the human anatomy, while
exploring the limits of the body’s expressiveness. He places his sculptures in an
urban context and in many occasions they encompass a discourse that the spectator
is to discover in the communion with the piece.